Movember Observed by Airlines

Movember Observed by Airlines

Whether it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month being observed in October or Movember in November, it has been seen that people take part in both the activities with full vigor.

It has been revealed that a number of men have taken part in Movember to raise awareness about prostate cancer. Not only men but even women have also been sporting fake moustache to promote the event.

The fever of Movember has touched sky levels, as it has been found that a number of airlines have been taking part in the event in their own way. Some of the many airlines, which have been taking part in the event, are Qantas, British Airways, WestJet and Virgin.

All of them have been trying to raise funds as well as awareness in their own unique style. It is not the first time for many airlines to take part in the event. British Airways is the one, which had taken part in the event earlier also.

Last year, staff members of British Airways raised £80,000 for the Prostate Cancer charity by sporting moustaches. "We're always delighted to support Movember, it's a charity that's very dear to our hearts here at British Airways", said Liz Wilkinson, who is the head of Health Services.


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